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Will You Need Vancouver iPhone Screen Repair for iPhone 13?

iPhone 13 is the best iPhone that Apple has made thus far. It is also the successor of Apple’s previous iPhone, the iPhone 12, which also surpassed the expectations of iPhone users. Nevertheless, no iPhone has survived the screen damage thus far. For the same reason, Apple also offers iPhone screen repair services via Apple Stores besides third-party iPhone repair shops. Moreover, we are going to find out the durability of the iPhone 13 in this post with the aid of Allstate Protection Plans’ (APP) smash-filled experiment. It will aid you in finding out whether you will need Vancouver iPhone screen repair for iPhone 13 or not.

iPhone 13 Drop Test that APP Conducted

Allstate Protection Plans, formerly known as SquareTrade, conducted the experiment to test the durability of the iPhone 13. The same company also conducted an iPhone 12 drop test. After the test, it concluded that the iPhone 12 is the most durable smartphone they have evaluated to date. 

APP also conducted the drop test with and without Apple-released MagSafe-supported silicone and leather cases for the iPhone 13. Moreover, the company evaluated the durability of the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro after dropping the iPhones face-down and back-down.

iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro Drop Test and Its Results

iPhone 13 Face-Down Drop Test

iPhone 13 Face-Down Drop Test without a Case:

It consisted of 2 drops at 6 feet. iPhone 13 was able to survive the first drop but failed to survive the second. iPhone 13 encountered the following damage after the second drop: Cracked corners and scuffed metal.

iPhone 13 Face-Down Drop Test with a Case:

It consisted of 2 drops at 6 feet. iPhone 13 was able to survive the first drop but failed to survive the second. Even with a silicone case, the iPhone 13 encountered damage after the second drop but survived the first drop. Moreover, iPhone 13 encountered the following damage after the second drop: Cracks like spider-web besmirched the screen. Moreover, the breakage looked much worse than the uncased iPhone 13. 

iPhone 13 Pro Face-Down Drop Test

iPhone 13 Pro Face-Down Drop Test without a Case:

It consisted of 2 drops at 6 feet. iPhone 13 Pro encountered damage after the first drop, perhaps, due to its slightly heavier weight than iPhone 13 Pro. iPhone 13 Pro encountered the following damage after the drop: Cracked screen, raised glass, and scuffed metal.

iPhone 13 Pro Face-Down Drop Test with a Case:

It consisted of 2 drops at 6 feet. iPhone 13 Pro also failed to survive the first drop despite being protected inside a MagSafe leather case. Moreover, iPhone 13 Pro encountered the following damage after the drop: Unsightly cracked screen and raised glass.

You can infer from the results of the iPhone 13 face-down test that iPhone 13 users may need Vancouver iPhone screen repair for the iPhone 13. 

iPhone 13 Back-Down Drop Test

iPhone 13 Back-Down Drop Test without a Case:

It consisted of 3 drops at 6 feet. iPhone 13 was able to survive the first two drops out of the three but failed to survive the third. iPhone 13 encountered the following damage after the third drop: A cracked camera and cracked corners, which blemished the device.

iPhone 13 Back-Down Drop Test with a Case:

It consisted of 2 drops at 6 feet. iPhone 13 was able to survive the first two drop out of the three. Further, it also did slightly better with a case. iPhone 13 encountered less damage after the third drop, with only a cracked camera

iPhone 13 Pro Back-Down Drop Test

iPhone 13 Pro Back-Down Drop Test without a Case:

It consisted of 3 drops at 6 feet. iPhone 13 Pro suffered a lot of damage after the first drop. It encountered cracks, shattered cameras, and loose glass after the first drop.

iPhone 13 Back-Down Drop Test with a Case:

It consisted of 3 drops at 6 feet. iPhone 13 Pro did the best inside a MagSafe leather case as it survived all three drops. Further, the iPhone 13 Pro remained intact.

What Did APP’s Smash-filled Experiment Reveal? 

It reveals that the MagSafe leather case is better than the silicone case to protect your iPhone 13. It is specifically true considering the back-down drop tests. Nevertheless, iPhone 13 is still fallible, specifically if you drop the iPhone face-down. Moreover, the chances of iPhone screen damage to the iPhone 13 are more without a case. 

Conclusion

iPhone 13 is the best iPhone that Apple has made thus far. Still, iPhone 13 is not infallible, considering the drop test results from All Protection Plan’s Smash-filled experiment. iPhone 13 is more prone to damage face-down than back-down. Thus, iPhone users will likely need Vancouver iPhone screen repair for iPhone 13 from iPhone repair shops, such as Cell Fixx

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